Ambassador Nabila Macram, State Minister for Migration and Affairs of Egyptians Abroad, confirmed that she was immediately following the death of Egyptian pharmacist Ahmed Taha in the Jazan area of Saudi Arabia, saying she continued with the captain of the pharmacy to monitor the incident.
State Minister for Migration and Affairs of Egyptians Abroad, in special statements for the seventh day, who immediately communicated with their family in Cairo and provided them with sympathy, noting that the family of the deceased requested the return of the body as soon as possible.
The minister confirmed that the family of the deceased had promised to return the body quickly to communicate with the Egyptian consulate earlier to monitor the incident and to complete all procedures for returning the body.
An Egyptian pharmacist named Ahmed Taha was killed on Thursday night in the Jazan region of Saudi Arabia "mentally ill", Saudi daily Okaz said. The Saudi authorities arrested the suspect and investigated him.